U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Symphony and Opera Workshop make a French Connection

The Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra was joined by the University of Lethbridge Opera Workshop during their Series V French Connection concert

‘Estate Sale’ being staged at Didi’s Playhaus this week

The play is written by University of Lethbridge alumni Day Chase

Dr. Susan Dieleman named University of Lethbridge's first Jarislowsky Chair in Trust and Political Leadership

Dieleman comes to ULethbridge from Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, IL

Lethbridge Pronghorns rugby leader Wright wrapping U Sports career at nationals

A look at fifth-year Pronghorns rugby senior Genna Wright

With several closely contested seats, electoral fate of Alberta in Calgary's hands

Dr. Geoffrey Hale gives his analysis leading into the provincial election run

'It was my dream job': Albertan describes working for The Last of Us

Alumna Lindsey Kapitzke describes her role in The Last of Us as a costume buyer

Supporters and students chillin’ for United Way

Chillin' 4 Charity returns, raises money for United Way

Chase Ellis appointed Principal at Red Deer Lake School

ULethbridge Faculty of Education alumnus earns appointment

Terry Whitehead named new U of L chancellor

ULethbridge announces Terry Whitehead as its 15th chancellor

Lethbridge Sport Council announces winners of Achievement Awards

Multiple Pronghorns connections found in latest list of award winners

Bert Church alumna wins gold at U Sports national track and field championships

Airdrie-raised university athlete Jinaye Shomachuk chucked her way to a national gold medal

Brain Awareness Week kicks off with open house

CCBN Open House offers chance for the public to learn more about the brain

Dhillon School of Business introduces graduate scholarship in support of Indigenous students

The Aikimmisa Pookaiksi Graduate Scholarship in Management supports Indigenous students pursuing a master's degree

ULethbridge celebrates arrival of OKI sign

ULethbridge's OKI sign, designed by Blackfoot artist William Singer III, has come home to campus

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies entering the small company market

RBC small business summit featured innovation from Alberta-made businesses and a chance to hear from the finest in the field

Time change has impact on health

Dr. Rob McDonald discusses how turning clocks back affects circadian rhythms

Kenny Otieno named new head coach of Pronghorns men’s basketball team

Assistant coach elevated to head role of Pronghorns men's basketball

Agriculture Roundup

ULethbridge student Makayla Gross, earns a $10,000 Rotary Club scholarship

Prairie Research Hub For Pandemic Preparedness To Be Led By University Of Alberta

ULethbridge part of hub that brings together experts, research facilities and training programs

U of L professor talks about storytelling and reconciliation

Don McIntyre tells a tale called "Raven as Trickster," demonstrating a common style of Indigenous storytelling